SureFire EDC1-DFT and EDC2-DFT

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the EDC1-DFT is actually longer than the EDCL1-T 😕
 
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Very cool update, it looks like the mode selection here is by turning the head like on Tactician?

By the way, this interests me more, is 2 * 21700 removable and LEP ??
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At least in the catalog it is described that the 21700 cells may be charged using USB-C or removed (and than charged in a charger). Therefore I guess - and hope - the 21700 cells are normal 21700 cells no special stuff like Olight is doing.
 
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Most likely ordinary, only with additional inscriptions, the only question is whether they are installed in parallel or in series.
 
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My guess is it is installed in parallel, since it can be loaded with USB-C. It is than like a big battery. If you are charging in series you should also include a balancer circuit in the design....
 
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The Commander looks really interesting. But there isn't even a product photo of it - this could be one of those typical SF catalog products that are never really released. I don't think we will see it in next few months.
My thoughts exactly! A bit like the Lawman R2 that they had working prototypes of at Shot Show 2014, appeared in the catalogue but never made it to production.
 
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These look really cool. I dig Surefires, especially the gas-pedal tailcap types but gave up on them for edc because I personally just don’t find them pocketable for my lifestyle. I’ve broken many clips via seatbelt and had them fall out of my pockets a lot. It’s a bummer because these two check every other box and look like fantastic lights.
 
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HA anodizing? What’s that. And from SF!
 
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I think the tailcap is a clicky. If you look closely at the pics, the tailcap is screwed all the way down without room for tightening. The EDCL1-T/EDCL2-T however in comparison has ample space to twist/tighten. Unless of course they have a new version of the gas pedal switch.
 
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I'm dreaming that these will be gas-pedal, but I'm afraid it seems more likely that they will be clicky. If there's no gas pedal I will stick to my edcl1-t and LFP123 pairing as a rechargable EDC arrangement.
 
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Photos do look like in-between body and head hi/low section..

I'm sure liking the HA option!
 
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I haven’t bought a new SF in like a decade. But think it’s about time for one. Did they say it can take a 18350 Or did I hear wrong?
 

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